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Table 4 Inclusion of evidence-based health differences in medical education, question 11

From: Sex and gender in medical education: a national student survey

  Evidenced-based health differences between men and women
Presenting symptoms of MI Using aspirin for prevention of MI and stroke Dosing of zolpidem Narcotic addiction Smoking cessation Victims of domestic violence
Year in medical school Percentage answering “Yes”
First year 63.8 38.9 7.7 20.2 25.2 38.2
Second year 86.7 46.9 13.7 31.4 34.2 61.8
Third year 92.9 54.3 16.0 33.3 36.8 77.2
Fourth year 94.2 60.7 13.6 26.7 28.3 80.1
Average 83.4 49.0 12.7 28.1 31.4 62.6
Chi-square (p value) 0.000 0.000 0.033 0.004 0.019 0.000
  1. Students were asked to answer “yes” or “no” regarding whether their medical education to date had included evidence-based health differences between men and women in regards to the topics listed